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Big Day

Today, we register Junior for kindergarten. Can you believe that? Me neither.

11 Responses to “Big Day”

  1. Mikee Says:

    The days, weeks, months and years start accelerating sometime around 12 months old. You are now at the point where you start counting in grades – that is, years rather than months, or weeks, or days. It only goes faster from here. Soon you can differentiate elementary school from middle school, high school, and then college.

    Around the first day of high school, my son’s life became a blur to me. It seems like last week, and now he finishing freshman year at college.

    Take pictures, lots of picutres. They may remind you of what happened, when the dust settles.

  2. ExurbanKevin Says:

    Kindergarten orientation for our oldest is today as well.

    Where did the time go?

  3. Michael Silence Says:

    Ditto. I’m dealing with two harsh realities: She’s going to kindergarten and she’s getting her mother’s attitude.

  4. JWilliams Says:

    Ya know… Registration leads to confiscation.

  5. Jay G. Says:

    Pfft. My youngest is finishing kindergarten this year…

    Dang kids…

  6. straightarrow Says:

    My youngest’s daughter starts school this year. It goes very quickly. My youngest is 33 this year, my eldest retires in June.

  7. straightarrow Says:

    There will tons of memories, but none sweeter than now when they are so very small and joining the world as their own little person. Don’t miss it. Don’t be too busy, too gone, too anything.

    I envy you guys, I would do it again, if I could.

  8. comatus Says:

    Jwilliams, truer than you even intended. I still contend that the School Board owes us one childhood.

  9. ben Says:

    Hah, your oldest is the same age as my youngest. My boy is 8. 8 is a really cool age, as this seems to be when they learn how to catch a baseball well and do a whole bunch of stuff like that. He beats me in the aerial combat video games. And I got a hilarious laugh out of him last night when I accidentally shaved a big bald patch on the back of my head.

    Next thing you know they’ll be asking us for the car keys.

  10. Hartley Says:

    Oh man, that brings back memories – My youngest is graduating High School in a couple of weeks.

    If you are lucky enough to have a school that allows/desires parent participation, DON’T pass it up – the time I spent “helping out” in the classroom or on field trips are hands down my best memories of those years. Amazingly enough, they both say the same thing (now)

  11. ATL Says:

    Make sure you dress him a “Smith and Wesson” shirt.

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